The Ghosts of Creakie Hall: Ace Ghosts

(2 reviews with an average rating of 5 out of 5)

Publisher: Catnip Publishing Ltd

Review

Creakie Hall is falling down but there is no money in the bank so Aunt Gardenia Bogey-Mandeville needs to come up with a money-making scheme pretty quickly or she and her niece and nephew will be out on the streets.

It seems unlikely that opening the Hall as a hotel will be very successful, especially when the first guests through the door are two stuffy, fussy hotel inspectors, but with the 'help' of a pair of ancient ghosts who float down from the attic, all is not lost.

A humorous first 'chapters' book for newly independent readers or suitable for reading aloud to younger children. Pen and ink illustrations add interest and humour.

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